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on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. >>> steve, should they take an umbrella? >> well, for a few, especially out towards -- maybe livermore to san jose. fremont. but after that, things are going to be winding down here pretty fast. not before some great rainfall from the north together south. coast all the way over. concord 1.7 0. livermore, 1.58. all associated with a very vigorous low sending one final band boy. is it moving fast and the wind is cranking up, especially in some of the higher elevations. some of things to come. could be a little bit of rain. a little blip there. there's a couple of around oakland, pede mawbt. had a good band going through from oakley, brentwood, antioch, to pleasant hill and livermore. it's starting to end to the north. around the altamont pass things are enhancing towards claudine wong. over towards fremont, sunol grade, milpitas, san jose. still getting a little bit of rain. temperatures are cooler. 49 now santa rosa. but the low is rapidly moving south. as it does, high pressure builds in. the wind will kick in. tomorrow we are talk
on the rollout of obamacare. steve, let's start with you. we want to put up the letter that you received from blue cross-blue shield of illinois canceling your current policy. you were paying $877 a month for your family of four with a $3,500 deductible. the new plan they offered under obamacare is $525 a month but with a $12,700 deductible. steve, as a small businessman who doesn't qualify for a subsidy what is your reaction to what's happened to you? >> good morning, chris. i want to say a little bit about that. the $500 policy that you're looking at actually is a shortened network than what i had before. it is not the same network i can use. if i was to pair up the networks and have a policy that was comparable to mine there is none. my out-of-pocket for my family is $3,500. everything else is paid at 100%. the closest thing i could find that's comparable as they say was $12,000 out of pocket. there is a huge difference in there. i looked to all the different plans. either you pay 60% more in premium and have more out of pockets. there is absolutely nothing even close to my plan that i'm g
. upper 50s and low 60s. here is sal. >>> steve, its going to be a rough one out there. a lot of wet roads and a lot of slippery conditions. we've had a bunch of fender benders out there. the latest one being southbound 880. a car ran off the road into the mud. somewhat of a minor crash. however they have to shut that off ramp down to get that car out of there. we have a crash here 98th and international where they called several medics to the scene. it looks like they are getting a handle on it. san francisco east 80 at seventh there is a crash right near where there was flooding. they are trying to get it out of the way. there is already a little bit of slow traffic on northbound 101 trying to get on to that lower deck of the bay bridge. at 5:02 let's go to live pictures. this is a look at the bay bridge. it is light. and no problems in san jose. this is a look at 80 westbound. that is is a nice drive. let's go back to the desk. >>> the wet weather is still causing big problems. pg&e crews have been busy all night restoring power to bay area homes and businesses. janine de la vega is in
. here is sal. >>> steve, for the most part we have a decent commute. over night we have one big problem. i do want to mention that traffic starting off on the east shore freeway does look good and its dry. remember steve mentioned if it does rain tomorrow, you really need to give yourself extra time. if it does rain for the morning commute tomorrow it will be a big deal for the traffic. it will be a lot of slow traffic. it always happens that way. there is no reason to believe it would be otherwise. this is a look at the the bay bridge toll plaza and the traffic looks good. i want to put it on the map here. interstate 880 a deadly collision. breaking news out of oakland where all but one lane of southbound 880 is open. paul chambers is there with more on what chp says might have caused the car to flip on to the other side of the freeway. paul. >> reporter: that is correct. i want to show you the traffic. its down to one lane here. it is slow going in this area. we are up on the highway. i will tell you this is a pretty interesting track. let's show you right now. the car is basically un
to be joined by senator ron johnson and steve scalise at 7:30. first up, let's ask our health care experts what they think about the president's announcements today. joining us is gavin newson, bob, president of health policy and hchl hadley heath. there may be less there than meets the eye regarding what president obama said as reported by our own bob harwood and robert costa. up to the insurance commissioners, up to the insurance companies themselves. do you think canceled policies will be restored in any bulk size? >> probably not. this is really an administrative mess. one company has said that they are going to try to do it, florida bluecross. most other companies are having a good time with this. this is nothing more than the president throwing the hot poe pat toe about cancellations back to the health insurance companies. the insurance companies, to do this, only have 31 days to right the ship here. this is coming from the president who built healthcare.gov in three years and it doesn't work and he's telling the insurance industry that in 31 days, because december 15th is the deadline, t
. >>> also ahead, why was president obama meeting with steve martin? and more importantly, how come the comedian wouldn't shake the president's hand? the intrigue, the answers when "360" continues. female announcer: sunday's your last chance sunday's your last chance to save big during sleep train's triple choice sale. through sunday, thanksgiving weekend, save hundreds on beautyrest and posturepedic. or choose $300 in free gifts with sleep train's most popular tempur-pedic mattresses. you can even choose 48 months interest-free financing on the new tempur-choice with head-to-toe customization. the triple choice sale ends sunday, thanksgiving weekend. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> in raw politics tonight there has been a big turn around in the battle for control of congress in the midterm elections next year. the latest polls show that republicans have an edge among registered voters, 49% to 47%. just a month ago, democrats had the advantage, 50% to 42%. but that was before the political melee over obama care reached a fever pitch. joining me to t
your weather and traffic. steve knows the forecast. >>> a lot of fog and reports coming in. thank you for the twitter updates. fog forming in livermore. the east bay was excluded earlier from the frost advisory, but i will throw it in there just because. a lot of high clouds. not only here but all over. the big news is dense fog advisories until 9:00. again, the fog is forming in the east bay. there is really thick fog from santa rosa to oakland to san jose. some areas don't have any, but others it is like a wall of fog. we get a lot of areas with dense fog. fog near the coast. hazy skies today. a little cooler. 40s and 50s on these temps now. some of the inland areas unseasonal warm yesterday will continue to warm up. most location will be in the upper 60s to lower 70s today. you can see the bands of higher clouds. a beautiful sunrise. mostly sunny here, partly cloudy to the north. morning fog and the frost advisory until 9:00. 60s to low 70s, and low 60s closer to the water. >>> westbound 08 traffic will be busy. let's start a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, backed one a 2
in the bay area. to tell you where the showers are right now, let's bring steve in. >> things are pretty quiet right now. we're in between systems. it's kind of cloudy right now. maybe some fog. developing low is beginning to pop up here right off the mendocino coast, sonoma coast. maybe rain moving back in for point arena, fort bragg. that will develop later on for us. for everyone else by this afternoon, it's also going to give us a possibility of some shower activity. a couple of systems coming together. the low is on its way to southern california but not until tomorrow. until then, it could get sunny. things are quiet in the rain department. we had .75 to 2 inches for some, especially up in the russian river. things are calming down. they are not done yet. you get a good look at the system as it starts to pop up right there. it's on way its. that will set the stage for maybe some thundershower activity. right now, it's cloudy. could be sunbreaks for a while. highs today starting off in the 50. will only be in the 50s or 60s. here's sal. >>> we're looking at a tough commute because o
to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. >>> we're gonna check weather and traffic. steve? >> it's cold. a lot of cold readings. 30s all over the place. a few upper 20s. it will be sunny today once we get cranked up. it just takes longer this time of year. 30s for many. fairfield, 54 because they have a northerly breeze. antioch, brentwood, pittsburg held up because of a little breeze. there's a lot of 30s around. san francisco, i did see 43 in west portal. officially, 49. 64 for a high today. in the bay area hills maybe out to the valley as well. there will be a little bit of a breeze. some locations picking up a breeze. sunny, breezy. if there's no breeze, your temperatures are in the 30s. it will rebound. it's a slow process this time of year. today through wednesday, might get an offshore push. just enjoy it while you can because the days are getting very, very short. clear skies after yesterday's system went through. it set the stage for a cold morning. that north breeze favoring areas in the higher elevations. highs today, a lot of 60s. low to mid-60s by the water. h
is the obama care debacle to blame? that's next. >>> also ahead, why was president obama meeting with steve martin? and more importantly, how come the comedian wouldn't shake the president's hand? the intrigue, the answers when "360" continues. there are seniors who have left hundreds of dollars of savings on the table by not choosing the right medicare d plan. no one could have left this much money here. whoo-hoo-hoo! yet many seniors who compare medicare d plans realize they can save hundreds of dollars. cvs/pharmacy wants to help you save on medicare expenses. talk to your cvs pharmacist, call, or go to cvs.com/compare to get your free, personalized plan comparison today. call, go online, or visit your local store today. ♪ nothing says, "you're my #1 copilot," like a milk-bone biscuit. ♪ say it with milk-bone. >>> in raw politics tonight there has been a big turn around in political polls. republicans have an edge among registered voters, 49% to 47%. just a month ago, democrats had the advantage, 50% to 42%. but that was before the political melee over obama care reached a fever pitc
and former kerry campaign manager steve elmendorf and former press secretary rich galen. it's so interesting if you compare christie's views to ken cuccinelli's, they're almost identical. is his decisive victory a sign that pragmatism trumps ideology? >> i think ken cuccinelli was a lot more extreme than chris christie or at least vocalized his extremism. the test for chris christie is when he runs for president in a state like iowa or south carolina with a republican electorate, can he take this show on the road and i think the jury is out on that. >> the former rnc chairman says chris christie is leading a republican resurgent and said, quote, he's proved that a conservative republican can get votes from hispanics and african-americans, that a pro-life governor can get votes from women. this means that those voters are available to us, that we're not shut out demographically or gee graphically, that it's worth the effort. is that wishful thinking? chris christie is kind of a singular guy, don't you think? >> that's what it takes. one of the things we learned last night, steve, is that cand
reasons you're on u.s.s. new york. >> reporter: that's right. good morning, steve, list beths and brian and hello everyone on this veterans day. i am aboard right now a boat which is aboard the u.s.s. new york which is a war ship still in active duty right now. we are parked in the hudson river, which is along the island of manhattan. people can actually visit the boat today located on pier 88 until 4 p.m. eastern time. just today come out and visit. i'm with lieutenant brown. lieutenant brown you did give me battle rattle to wear and this has equipment on it? >> all mission essential equipment. >> the title of your squadron. >> coastal region squadron 4 in little creek, virginia. >> congratulations for all you do. i have command master chief isbell, correct? what does veterans day mean to you, captain? >> it means everything, about celebrating and honoring those who paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our country and our liberties. also about those who are serving today and those who will continue to serve. and new yorkers, all the sailors and marines in new york couldn't be happier
? steve? >> a spare of the air goes until midnight. the high pressure is here. it's kind of parked itself near us. not much of a breeze. hazy skies. everything, as you can see, as far as cloud cover, the bend in the clouds, that tells you where the high pressure is. the dome of it. it's there. oh, baby, it's cold. 32 napa. a lot of 30s. a bunch. maybe a breeze or a patchy fog holding some of that. in san francisco, it's in the upper 30s or 40s. 34, santa rosa. not far away, i've seen 32. there's couple of upper 20s as well. it's a cold morning. san francisco, not as bad. component of an easterly breeze. 48 and then a high of 62. high pressure says not today. it's going to send everything up and over up towards vancouver and seattle which means we have a lot of sunshine here. as you know, the days are short. cold morning and then sunny. but hazy, patch or two of fog. not a bunch. but there's a little bit around. highs will be in the low to mid- 60s at best here's sal. >>> we're looking at a commute that's slightly different today. it's a little bit lighter in some areas but we've had so so
not work out for them tonight. and ken cuccinelli did not win. joining us now is steve kornacki, the host of "up with steve kornacki." thank you for being here. interesting to look at turnout numbers, specifically in northern virginia. we saw an elector in virginia that looked much more like 2012 than the last time they elected a governor in 2009. >> what we saw play out tonight in virginia in a way was a repeat of election night in virginia in 2012, where in 2012, romney was leading in the state and all the returns that were publicly out there, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, those big four sort of -- those counties you talk about, loudon county, prince william, fairfax county, right outside arlington county, right outside of washington, d.c., in fairfax in particular, that's correct. those numbers from fairfax ended up being overwhelming for terry mcauliffe and that's where the late surge came from. i'm looking at that map tonight, and i'm looking at the 2012 map and it is sort of the same story. >> looking at the new jersey results, obviously no surprise that chris christie was able to get his seco
down about five points. steve sedgwick live for thus morning. >> a lot of expectation towards the employment report at the end of the week. six fewer days between thanksgiving and christmas that means retailers could lose $1.5 billion over the key holiday season. that said, the national retail federation thinks sales will be up 4% this year. online sales up about 15%. elsewhere, elite graduates from business schools, harvard business school, looks like they're looking more at tech than finances. harvard business school says 18% of job-seeking students landed tech sector spots this year, that's up from 12% in 2012. those same graduates, only 27% of them took jobs in finance, that's down from 35% last year. the remuneration, total package in finance is way higher in finance than in tech. >> burger king trying to crack the dominance of the big mac? >> yeah. it's all about the all-important -- it's the third bun. it's the bun in the middle. this is culled the big king. it looks remarkably like the big mac. it has two all-beef patties, three buns now. also lettuce, white onions, pi
. >> it is about steve cohen and it is steve cohen. this is fascinating. steve cohen has not been charged with insider trading but the day after sac pled guilty, paid $1.2 billion, steve cohen remains under investigation, the next day chris christie won overwhelmingly new jersey governor and guess what he did? he personally called steve cohen to come to his big gala association and attend a private dinner. now there is nothing illegal about that. but this is now raising eyebrows from people, republicans who saw him at the event, from people starting to make its way around the political analyst circles where they're saying this is incredible fodder for anybody that runs against christie in the future, particularly if he goes up, if he runs for president in 2016, this could be a campaign commercial. this is what we know, christie personally invited him. heard through the grapevine steve cohen following the monday plea deal was depressed, wasn't feeling very well. told him to get, quote, his rear end off the couch from what i understand. that is direct quote from somebody and attend the even
by tomorrow. the driest year ever. look for temperatures in the 50s and 60s. here's sal. >>> steve, good morning. we're looking at a commute that's just average. some areas are not doing well. but others are better. it's kind of averaging out into an okay commute. for example, if you look at 880 here, it's looking pretty good near the coliseum heading up to downtown oakland. when you get to the bay bridge, we don't have a super-huge backup. it's backed up for a little bit. the 880 ramps are the best way to get there, especially if you have fastrack, you will be able to bypass a lot of that traffic. 580, that's a different story. 580 in livermore has been slow the entire way from the altamont pass all the way through. we had a crash on 680. that has traffic backed up into san ramon, heading south towards pleasanton. it gets better if you are on the road after pleasanton. but the traffic is not that bad on 680 and fremont. 101 southbound near belmont we've had a series of collisions. 7:03. back to the desk. >>> all right. thank you, sal. >>> police in santa rosa are asking for the public's
and traffic. steve, i like the sunshine you showed us. >> we have nice sunshine. very mild for tomorrow. only a couple of 30s. a loet of 40s -- lot of 40s. san francisco temperatures are on the mild side from 50 in kohl valley to 56. financial district, south of market, some mid-50s. eureka valley, lower haight, potrero hill, 50s. higher clouds. it will be a little warmer today for some. especially towards, i think santa cruz, which i went for 80 degrees down there because they do have an offshore breeze. the east breeze should hold everything in check. mostly sunny, partly sunny at times. but 60 to 80. many locations will be in the low to mid-70s of the here's sal -- mid-70s. here's sal. >>> all right. the chp says there were two separate crashes. that motorcycle you see right there was driving down and may have hit some concrete debris as a result of the crash. the newschopper2 is about to show us it as he pans left. you can see the original crash northbound on 101. we're coming up to it here. it was an injury crash. it took out some of the guardrail, yore turned vehicle -- overturned vehi
. up next, walter issacson who wrote about steve jobs and ben franklin. he's standing by in studio 57. we're talking at the man who met the man in black we're tal cold & flu season is back so before the first sneeze help protect with a spray before the first tissue help defend with a wipe. and help prevent with lysol to get 10x more protection with each hand wash and kill 99.9% of germs around the house. this season, go beyond cleaning to help protect your family with lysol. start healthing. >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour author and long-time journalist walter isaacson is in our toyota green room. there he is. nick's still here. he must like it here squoo last night's election. is it a sign america wants our politicians to move closer to the center? >>> plus it's been ten years since the world lost johnny cash. the journalist who knew him for three decades. he shares his career and battle against demons. that's ahead. >>> this morning we want to show you this morn's deadlines. a woman defeated her husband in a general election. jennife
economic analyst steve rattner. white house correspondent for the associated press julia pace. and al hunt, met your producer last night at politico. nice guy. we started the day in politics and proez prose, you had a sold out packed house. >> they not sam stein was going to be there. >> and there were a lot of republicans there. you're drawing a republican crowd. >> this is politics and prose. usually when i tell people, use my marxist joke, they all laugh. last night, they stood up and applauded. so you're reaching out to a new republican party. >> it was amazing. there was even a republican who voted for obama who stood up proudly and said that. >> that doesn't happen so much. used to say how many republicans, how many democrats. like in 2009, shield say and how many republicans who voted for obama. and there would be like ten people applauding, be really proud of themselves for being transformative and having the courage to cross party lines and make a difference. that doesn't happen so much anymore. there was one last night, though. >> that's my neighborhood and one your year when my
of the country while most of the country is sleeping, steve train is sleeping, steve train is leaving the shore. is leaving the shore. the sea has been the the sea has been the source of steve's source of steve's livelihood for 25 years. livelihood for 25 years. you guys about you guys about ready? ready? >> he is a lobsterman. >> he is a lobsterman. one one of 5,000 lobsterman of 5,000 lobsterman that are the backbone of that are the backbone of mains coastal economy. mains coastal economy. but now, steve's way of but now, steve's way of life is threatened. life is threatened. jolted because the jolted because the ecology and the economy ecology and the economy of main are suddenly of main are suddenly going in different going in different directions. directions. >> have to be three and a >> have to be three and a quarter inch from the eye quarter inch from the eye to the back of the shelf. to the back of the shelf. these are too small. these are too small. >> the lobster harvest is >> the lobster harvest is at a record high. at a record high. >> those are good ones. >> those are good ones. >>
he is back. our year long investigation took al jazeera team from africa to asia. this is steve exclusive report. home to some of the most rare creatures. madagascar has long been a valued souther country, for the lizard king. and so is in the capitol we start to infill strait his network. particular owe is the first to mention the men were after. >> okay, okay. >> how do you know him. >> i introduce him to someone. he is the lizard king's name, caught twice for trafficking in the the the world's most dangerous species. he served eight years in u.s. and malaysian jails. he was released last year. informant whose work with him, say it hasn't taken long to resume charge of his smuggling network. >> you are sure he is still smuggling despite the fact that he has served time in jail in the u.s.? >> yes, i am very sure about it. people confirmed to us that the infamous tradeser still at it. >> still doing it now? >> yeah. >> yes. >> we needed to prove it ourselves. for that we head to the rural property, in his hometown. >> 2010, when law enforcement officers busted into this place.
. >> let's see how this company trades. steve rattner and a whole bunch of chat on it on "morning joe," which starts right now. ♪ >>> it would be speculating about somebody who wasn't doing their job well. speculating about me means i'm continuing to do my job well. if i'm doing my job well it's good for people here. i don't see it as a burden. you got to have a huge ego to say oh, please it's a burden for you speculating on me to be the leader of the free world. that's a pretty huge ego to be complaining about that. it's complimentary and i'm flattered. >> good morning. it's thursday, november 7th. welcome to "morning joe." with us on set -- >> you introduce and i ask. >> no, no. >> i'll ask that question. >> no. >> you can take all the time you want. >> no. >> i'm going jump straight to it. chris christie, we love him. he's wallowing in this. you did this. i love that zoom in. like that 1972 candidate. >> chris christie represents all the hopes and dreams. >> just answer the question now. just shut up now. come on. >> political talk, just stop it. answer the question. answer the q
the latest on those talks with iran, steve centanni. >> even though a deal with iran fell through, at least for the time being, there was a storm of criticism over the nuclear negotiations from, as you heard, from israel and from here at home. secretary of state john kerry went to geneva friday to try to help finalize a deal, but the talks broke down because france objected that iran was not being required to do enough to curb its nuclear program. israel was extremely troubled by the prospect of a deal, as you heard from netanyahu, and kerry said he understands those concerns. >> we are not blind, and i don't think we're stupid. i think we have a pretty strong sense of how to measure whether or not we are acting in the interests of our country and of the globe, and particularly of our allies, like israel and gulf states and others in the region. >> members of congress are also worried that iran would be getting away with too much. the agreement reportedly called for iran to temporarily halt key parts of its nuclear program but not to stop all iranian enrichment. in the meantime, a more perm
the politics of this steve comes with numbers. he comes with hard data. he's got the charts. looking first at who is going to pay more under the affordable care act. >> just because there is so much to talk about this to show what is what and who will be affected. let's look first as willie said, who will pay more, who will not pay more. this chart breaks down all americans into five gruchoups. these 80% are people who either get their health insurance from their employers, as probably most of us here do or they're on medicare or medicaid. for them, for the most part, life goes on. have you the 15% uninsured. they will be affected in a positive way by affordable care. we'll come to them later him then you come down to this roughly 5%. everything we have been talking about in terms of people getting their policies cancelled or whatever fall into this 5% budge. we're talking roughly 16 million people half of them will, should be able to get a similar plan without paying more for it. another quarter of that total will get subsidies. their incomes are low enough to qualify for some of the obam
how tough. >> i know. >> we have news to get to, joe. >> i said mannix yesterday. it's more steve lord. >> how do you describe the angle of pi head? >> contorted and your hair is parted down the middle. >> looks like a young raymond burr. >> he does. >> today is election day. we have important elections here. >> decision day in two states. voters selecting their next governor. both races could set the tone for the 2014 midterms and the 2016 presidential race. we'll start in virginia where the latest quinnipiac poll shows terry mcauliffe ahead of ken cuccinelli by six points. last month it was 12. cuccinelli said he's optimistic about pulling off the upset. senator marco rubio helped him deliver a final pitch putting the focus squarely on banl. >> i know tomorrow night the people of virginia will send a clear message to our country and the democratic party. >> absolutely. >> yeah! >> we don't want obama care. >> nope. >> we don't want more big government. >> no! >> i'm scared to death of what obama care is doing to virgin n virginians. terry mcauliffe is scared of what it's doing to hi
from new york. i'm chris hayes. and i'm dressed this halloween as steve kornacki. we've got lots of politics tonight, starting at the white house, where you might have noticed, it's been something of a rough couple of weeks for the president. with the rocky rollout of his signature health reform law dominating the news, the political toll is real and it is getting worse. and nowhere is the damage more apparent than in the latest polling from nbc news, where president obama's approval rating has fallen to an all-time low of 42%. that is a five-point drop from just earlier this month. these numbers, as bad as they are, don't necessarily exist in a vacuum. there's a lot more complexity to the current political environment, which in many ways is the story of american politics in the tea party era. >> let's talk about the president. >> between syria, between the shutdown, between obama care, how are his approval numbers stacking up? >> record lows. >> the president's approval rating dropped five points. >> at an all-time low. >> is this more than just the second-term curse? >> if he g
exchange today. we have michael yoshikami at the new york stock exchange, also a cnbc contributor, steve saks, michael hennessey is out in the stratosphere somewhere. >> he's with me. >> i thought he was. good see you all. >> michael, here we go again. very strong jobs report on friday. the blue chips at least liked it but the secondary stocks, the small caps, have been suffering lately. what's going on in this market, do you think? >> i like the sendingary stocks. of the beta stocks have rallying. look at tesla, i realize there's fires going on there but secondary stocks have had huge rallies. i think what you're going to start to see as fundamentals, granted, on the slow basis, start to improve you'll see core stocks continue to pick up momentum. >> maria? >> neil hennessey, what about momentum? they have been driving the day all this year and then when they started to roll over the last couple of weeks. would you put new money in the market now and where are the groups that lead, if in fact we were to see the rally continue? >> if you're not in the market at all, you should be committ
correspondent for msnbc.com. michael tomasky and steve benen, an msnbc contributor and producer for "the rachel maddow blog." it's an ever deepening saga because now we have a press release from mom and dad cheney, which reads that this is an issue that we have dealt with privately for many years and we are pained to see it become public, since it has one thing should be clear. liz has always believed in the traditional definition of marriage. she has also always treated her sister and her sister's family with love and respect. liz's many kindnesses shouldn't be used to distort her position. just to refresh everybody, this is liz cheney who has come out against marriage equality, saying she doesn't believe in it. mary cheney and mary's wife, heather poe, took this public saying this was quite hypocritical of her since she attended their wedding and wished them well. so, suzy, you have to wonder how much political capital is liz losing or earning over this? >> i don't think her positions are making her popular with anyone in wyoming. in fact he was under pressure from an outside group attacking
-owned entity, and sadly, it has struggled since. part of the problem, steve, is that congress does not look at transportation as a single entity. it looks at it in a stove pipe fashion in that aviation, amtrak, highways, are dealt with separate bills in separate budgets. the traveler does not say i am exclusively a railroad traveler. a traveler on any day might use highways, aviation, railroads, and what would certainly help america's transportation situation today would be to fund all of the modes to a multimodal, single transportation budget, which is not being done. what we are doing today is lobbyists from each of the modes are coming to capitol hill and fighting for their share of the pie. because amtrak is relatively poor, does not have a political action committee, it does not fare as well as the other modes do on the hill. host: i want to come back to that in a moment, but let's look at amtrak by the numbers. on any given day it operates 300 passenger trains daily. it has more than 21,000 miles of roots. it connects more than 500 destinations in 46 states, washington, d.c., and thre
with heart disease. there was a 29% increased incidence of heart attack. cardiologist steve nissen at the cleveland clinic says we need better studies to assess the benefits and risks of testosterone therapy. >> just like women go through menopause, men go through manopause. that's probably part of male aging and treating it as a disease may get us in a lot of trouble. >> reporter: urologist elizabeth kavaler says there are risks that are complicated. >> there are risks associated with low testosterone and testosterone replacement. >> before you start treating millions of americans with testosterone, you probably ought to think twice. >> reporter: there are several possible ways testosterone replacement might raise the risk of cardiovascular disease. researchers suggest it might increase clotting with the arteries. further study of the risks and benefits is clearly needed. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, new york. >>> on "cbs moneywatch" now, new safety rules for airline pilots and casino gambling could be coming to the big apple. alexis christoforous is at the new york stock exchange wi
, steve? >> it does. wonder if it's got secret sauce. two all-beef patties. >> one week after testifying on capitol hill about the disastrous obamacare rollout, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius returns today for round 2. what can we expect to hear? joining us from the senate side, pennsylvania senator pat toomy, a member of the senate finance committee. he's going to be there this morning. good morning to you, senator. >> good morning, steve. >> i bet she's going to get an ear full because i know you guys in the senate have been getting an ear full from your constituents who suddenly have gotten those, hey, you've just been canceled notes in the mail. >> that is exactly right. of course, you know, how many times has the president promised people that if you like the coverage you have, you'll get to keep it? we always knew that was untrue. now, of course, it's coming home. and it's devastating to people. three and a half million so far have gotten these letters. because of obamacare, they lose their coverage. their plan no longer meets the satisfaction of the presiden
. the fed has paint all numbers on the roulette wheel red. >> rick, stick around. let's bring in steve liesman to this conversation, as well. steve, pretty strong number, at least, in terms of what you're seeing for the permits. the question becomes the starts. what are we going to see when we get those numbers. >> details, becky, this looks like driven by multifamily construction. we're reporting two months now, we're looking through going back to august as the baseline. you were about 299,000 in august, multifamily, now that's up to 414 in october. so that's a -- a consecutive jump in september and october. whereas single family homes, 627 is actually below that level. you've had a two-month surge in multifamily. looks like a lot happened out west and out south where permits are, at least in october, unchanged in the northeast and down in the midwest. so i'm not -- we like this number, we like it to be high. it's a number that doesn't do badly in terms of tracking gdp two quarters ahead of time. >> over a million now too. >> yeah. we haven't been there since march. but you certainly
contraception on religious grounds. steve handelsman is on capitol hill. >> reporter: this won't be a do over, but the high court will take another look at a big question about obama care. how much can the government make americans do on health care or in these cases how much can it make the owners of companies do? obama care requires private employers to provide free birth control coverage. the mennonite owners of this wood specialties store with 950 employees in pennsylvania saying that violates their religious rights. >> they are saying i don't know how i can do this bassed on my religious conscience. >> reporter: a federal court sided with president obama who made including contraception a campaign issue exempting only schools in the like run by churches. >> woman who work at these institutions will have access to free contraception like other women. >> reporter: the owners of hoby lobby won their case, a federal ruling they do not have to cover birth control for 13,000 employees. now the supreme court will decide. >> we don't think you need to leave your views and preferences at the door
a little more specific on what the private sector should be able to do, and maybe steve you or anyone else jump in on this. there's been a lot of discussion of active defense, of actions that the private sector could do in its own infrastructure, honey pots, et cetera or moving outside of its infrastructure to try to get back its data. is this part of what you're talking about as greater private sector role in deterrence, and i guess from others, are there reactions to that specifically? >> first i would like to say there is the playbook for cyber events. some of these issues are discussed there and in a way that is very even-handed to address the issues. >> steve saved us by holding it up. >> i have no financial interest in this. i actually can say that. a very good compendium. i would rather start on the highest end of that question where the private sector should be and touch on the comments i made earlier, which again would require a sort of paradigm shift. a paradigm shift in which we try to realize that the internet and technologies from a security perspective have differential that
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-month period, there can't be a permanent settlement at this point. and, steve, the implications for an iran that is willing to come to the table and work with the international community, go far beyond the nuclear deal. we have regional crises such as the situation in syria. there is also the long-standing lack of diplomatic ties between the united states and iran that if re-established could be used to foster a greater sense of trust within the entire region. >> all right, mark jacobson from the truman national security project, thank you for joining us this morning. for more now on how this development all came together, we'll go to ann curry, nbc news international correspondent, who has been reporting on the story exclusively for some time. she joins us from geneva. ann, i wonder if you could pick up on that point you were talking about, sort of how this deal all came about, because the reporting that i'm seeing this morning suggests there was even before rouhani was elected there was some talk, very, very secret talk between the u.s. and iran, it accelerated after rouhani was elected a
, steve, people thought of him as a vietnam president, they had forgotten the wonderful things he had done, especially in 1964 and 1965. so he died a very unhappy man but about a month before that, he had the symposium at the lbj library, brought a lot of civil rights leaders in. he had heart pains that day in public to get through it he ended it using the words we shall overcome. so it was emotional. he never lived to see the reassessment i agree with you, it is now happening today. >> people remember how young lbj was when he died. he was only 64. i want to thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> we will join to the present day t. race between the parties not to come in last. that's next. . >> we have been talking about the political environment in 1963. now we will fast forward to the present day. we are joined by the washington bureau chief for the is the sun times." sasha eisen berg, author of the victory lab and continue for the magazine mon cal and a staff writer at the daily boast.com. as for what we're going to talk about, there appears to be a common thread linking the numbe
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